When I was little, I used to make myself paper “tickets,” and pretend that I was in some exotic country (like the Philippines or China) for 1-2 weeks. During those weeks, I would read everything I could find about the culture, language, food, and missionaries that worked there. Continue reading
Well, I used to, until my mom made this once when I went to their house. Even though it’s hot outside, this soup is still too good to be confined to just the wintertime. Besides, it’s actually good cold as well, so give it a try! Continue reading
I’ve written here before about learning to see the gifts–learning to see differently, through eyes of gratitude, even when circumstances are less than ideal. Learning to see the beauty even in the most dire circumstances. Continue reading
So, I had intended to do a whole series of blog posts regarding food for Thanksgiving.
Well, sometimes life just gets busy. I’ll just have to save those posts for later (well, hopefully sooner than later!).
For now, here are some of my go-to recipes that would be great for sharing with your loved ones. I’m bringing a few of them to my own family’s gathering this year 🙂
Hope you enjoy, and have a happy Thanksgiving!
Cooler weather definitely calls for some soup!
This has been on my mind lately, so I thought I'd share it:
Father's Day four years ago was a time I will never forget. And it didn't really have much of anything to do with the actual holiday, except that it made it a day where I always remember. Four years today, actually. Read more in my previous blog post here. Then you can come back to this page 🙂